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Legal advice


It is not always easy to get what you are entitled to. Do you need professional support?

Here you will find information on the following:

Do you need legal advice?

The Frankfurter Anwaltsverein (Lawyers' Association) can help you by providing initial pro bono legal advice in all areas of law for 15 euros. Advice is free of charge for those with no money at all:

Do you have questions about unemployment benefit II and social law issues?


Have you got debts?

If you have debts or have to go to court because you are insolvent, you can contact the Schuldnerberatung (debt counselling) service. The City of Frankfurt am Main provides a list of debt counsellors in each district of the city:

Do you have questions about money, insurance and contracts?

The Verbraucherzentrale (consumer advice centre) provides advice if you have a problem with companies - for example, questions about contracts, bank accounts, bank transfers or bills. The consumer advice centre is independent of the companies. Advice is free if you are receiving SGBII/XII benefits or if you are a refugee who has been in Germany for less than three years.
Informationen from the Verbraucherzentrale in Arabic, Dari, German, English, Pashto, Somali, Tigrinya and Turkish

Do you have any questions about your residence status?

You can get a free initial legal assessment here:

Do you need support with your ongoing asylum procedure?


Just ask us! Advice centre AmkA.Info

If you have any more questions: AmkA.Info can give you more help.

Phone: (069) 212-4 15 15

Or write an e-mail:

We speak German and English.

The Basic Law (German Constitution)

Would you like to find out about the most important points of the Basic Law (German Constitution)?

The BAMF (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees) has produced an interesting brochure on the most important aspects of the Basic Law (German Constitution) in Arabic, German, English, Farsi, French, Kurdish, Russian, Spanish and Turkish:

At Handbook Germany you can find videos explaining the Basic Law:


Also read our tips on law in Germany.

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